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not good. aside from what's behind me, we have a new tropical storm. we've got heavy rain. we've got a ton of lightning and the storms are producing quarter sized hail in our area. we have the possibility of an isolated tornado and it's just day one because a lot of this will be repeated tomorrow the. here's where the worst of the weather is. we're south of the triangle, lightning. that's going to cause a lot of problems on its own. the heavy rain you can see from west of benson through anderson creek and johnsonville down through spring lake and fort bragg. look at some of the estimated rainfall totals, 3 to 4 inches is where the bull's-eye is in southern harnett, northern cumberland county. the problem is there will be 2
so slow moving it's going to continue to cause problems. we my great north a bit. down through fuquay and holly springs, headed toward raleigh. cumberland, storms moving to the north, headed toward orange and durham county. hail in parts of western person county number one and storms in northern mecklenburg. you see the big picture. a lot of us are getting bad storms. that severe thunderstorm warning goes until 10:00 tonight. i'll talk about what we can expect. we'll track tropical storm matthew coming up. we continue to follow the breaking news out of south carolina. anderson county deputies wrapping up a presence conference. two 6-year-old boys, students and a teacher were shot.
the hospital. a croarnlg was arrested at the scene and had an arm gun. south carolina governor -- governor nikki haley is expected to speak. she sent out her regards before the 5:00 news urging for prayers. in the past 0 minutes -- 20 minutes, cbs north carolina received an apology. this comes hours af chance or post add video online con democratting racist messages making rounds on social media all day. the chancellor said those emergencies do not represent the values of the school. michael hyland has more. >> reporter: this all started last night when the post started getting around on social media. today an campus several students are frustrated and angry.
wolfpack page. they included derogatory things about women, african-americans and the "black lives matter" movement. the chancellor issued a response in part because of how e agreeious and bigoted the comments were. he said the comments don't reflect nc state's values. some are calling on administrators to take additional steps and sending them a list of demands. say but they can educate statutes -- students. >> i remember when obama was elected people were like -- or row elected, people were talking about racist comments. >> reporter: the comments were made by a handful of nc state students. he said they won't face punishment. that in and of itself has
>> we just received the apology letter from two students identified as connor and brenham. it says, in part, we're sorry for our words and how they hurt many people. the pain we've caused will take a long time to heal. it is just our hope that they will be able to. a man tried to hire a hit man to boy. the undercover operation against brian allen lasted about five weeks. steve sbraccia has more. steve, what have you learned. >> reporter: they told me, sean, one of the reasons it took so long to make the arrest, they had to make sure they built a solid case to prove the suspect was indeed trying to hire a hit man. >> this investigation has been
and we've got audio and video recordings of this. >> reporter: investigators claim that brian allen had been trying for weeks to get someone to kill the boyfriend of his ex- girlfriend. >> he tried it get several people to do this. >> reporter: finally allen ended up talking to an undercover agent. >> it was an exchange of money. he met one of informments at the metro truck stop on buckhorn road. that's where he was arrested. >> reporter: allen lives in mebane. although we could hear a tv on, no one answered the door. however, a neighbor was willing to speak. >> nothing surprises me because he already was arrested once before for doing something terrible. >> reporter: she's referring to the fact that allen is a
outof state conviction in 2012. right now he remains in jail on a half a million dollar bond. >> i'm glad he's gone. he was kind of strange anyway, so glad he's gone. >> reporter: we asked how much money was allegedly being paid. investigators said that is part of the case and they said they can't discuss it right sbraccia. tonight there's a townhall at north carolina central university. derrick lewis has more on that meeting tonight. >> reporter: many people are wondering what does community lessing look like. it's happening on central's campus. the purpose is to have an open discussion about ways to build or improve positive police rockses.
community trusting police. earlier this week members of durham can sat dunn with chief cj davis. >> talked about the redeployment of the police force to emphasize relationships with an eye toward making community engagement part of the process. >> reporter: in addition to community policing complicated laws making it difficult to buy alcohol in parts of johnson county. >> still to come tonight on cbs north carolina we'll meet the owners of the first store in archer lodge to sell booze.
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>> 14-year-old al jay jefferies received a heart transplant and he received another special gift. he and his mother were on the ellen show. al jay was born with a disorder that stopped his heart from pumping correctly. he spent 100 days on the donor list before a heart was found and then spent months in recovery. >> it was a tough road but i get bettered i really missed my friends and i belt they missed me too. >> while he was in the hospital he meated his grades. >> the ellen show gave al jay and his family a six night vacation in hawaii. that's exciting. al jay wasn't able to travel during recovery and has been dreaming of a beach vacation
learn more about al jay's story and organ donation, just did to our website, wncn.com. >> tough young man. welcoming up next con spree luted regulations can make it hard to buy alcohol in johnston county but not par cher lodge. that's next. >> we continue to track severe storms, storms moving across our area tonight. some of which will be back tomorrow and we i'll tell you where narrator: look up the facts on richard burr. the insurance industry gave richard burr's campaigns one-point-one million dollars. that's public record. and richard burr wrote a plan to privatize medicare. "new profits for private insurers would be as high as sixteen to twenty-six billion." but seniors would pay nine percent more for medicare. richard burr is looking out for himself
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key demographic. our political reporter beau minnick shows us what both sides are doing to get out the vote. >> it is beyond time in our country to hire a strong and powerful woman to become president of the united states. >> you've seen sean ash ton on the silver screen. he's the most recent celebrity carolina, campaigning for hillary clinton. >> the two things that we've identified as being the most person as millennials are college education and the ability to get a good paying job. >> reporter: he said reaching voters is important to the campaign. >> the women vote and millennials will make the difference. >> reporter: chelsea clinton took that message to greenville today speaking to students about college affordability. >> the federal government
of making a profit on helping people finance their dreams. >> there are so many students who want to get involved in the campaign, help donald trump. >> reporter: ryan and job know the importance of millennial voters as well. two students at campbell university they created the students for trump organization last year. their twitter page has more than 38,000 followers. >> we focus on getting them involved tailgating. we focused on getting them registered to vote. >> reporter: there are only a few weeks left for voter registration. the deadline is october 14th. both campaigns will work. >> hillary clinton and the agenda she laid out will positively affect the lives of millions of people. >> it's a blessing to see so
for most buying a bottle of beer or wine is common place but for a place in johnston county it was impossible until now. carleigh griffeth has more on how a shop recontractly sold beer in the town's history. >> reporter: the ce barnes stores has been a staple. this store owner said equipment, fertilize tore snack, soda and souvenirs. >> in the past two years we've done lot of work. >> reporter: the biggest change is the sale of a new product. >> deep river. >> reporter: the old country store is the first to spell alcohol. >> i think it's a wonderful thing. this store was here when i was
said until barnes approached the subject he wasn't aware that alcohol could be sold in town because of convoluted county regulations. >> they had them research everything and found it was illegal to proceed. >> reporter: earlier this month barnes started selling mostly beer and wine and customers are happy to have the choice. >> they thanked us that they don't have grocery store to get it. >> i was looking at that blueberry wine and that looks awesome, so i will try that today. >> reporter: the town hopes to bring a restaurant to the hear soon and they know alcohol sales will be a factor. so they hope the work they have done will lay out the road for other businesses. carleigh griffeth, cbs north carolina. johnston county is a dry county. individual counties can make
referendum on the november ballot. all right. our busy night continues. unfortunately, the news is not good. heavy rain causing flooding and a small chance of an isolated tornado for the next several hours. i'll start south of the triangle in harnett county and north of fayetteville and that's where i would say the worst of this has been. 3 to 5 inches. so some flooding concerns there. you see the lightning. we can't even see the town name of the let's wipe that way way from benson to irwin and done up to -- dunn, up to lillington and fort bragg and fayetteville. that's where the bull's eye of
we come north a little. there's not a lot going to on in wake county. showers are weakening here but you july out on 64 through chat ham county, pitsboro. they're headed into parts of orange. this is hitting in roxboro. we could see nick sized hail. then we jump over to northern granville and northern vance county. you can see strong storms there that have also gone severe. when i say severe tonight we're mainly talking hail and heavy storms into parts of mecklenburg county. a very busy night. there are some of us who haven't gotten rain yet and might not get any but many of us in the 70s after some sunshine, really didn't help
cranked us into the mid to upper 80s. it's that heat, the instability from that frontal system that created the storms today and will so into tonight. we remain under a severe thunderstorm watch until 10:00. that's everyone watching me now in addition to the wind gusts and isolated hail. all of this comes back tomorrow afternoon and evening as well. for tonight we'll keep the then we'll calm things down. we start off at 68 degrees. make sure you check in with alyssa. great chance to use our weather app. i think it's the best in town. you're out playing soccer and baseball with the kids. you can track matthew.
radar. so that stationary front is draped across the mid-atlantic. that's create lag lot of instability in our atmosphere. instability is what makes the rain into thunderstorms and it's going to be around again tomorrow. unfortunately, we'll have to watch out for severe storms tomorrow. friday we get a little bit of movement. i think the rain will be er this weekend we'll turn our attention to the caribbean. the hurricane hunters finally found that closed circulation. that means, number one, we have a tropical storm. it is matthew. they're also taking samples to where this is going so they clan plug it into the computer models. it will stay in the caribbean through the weekend and then take the turn to the north. we don't know where this goes after next machine day and tuesday.
here tomorrow. we'll lower the chance on friday. a mostly comfortable weekend. we're tracking matthew and that, folks, is a busy but dangerous night. so be careful. >> sporting haven'ts and practices were canceled because of the rain. >> well, we have a look at sports. >> reporter: gamesmanship is a big part of sports. any at it.
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jacobyjacoby brisette said he's healthy. the pats seem to be in no hurry. >> houston star jj watt reinjured his back and was placed on he has not missed a start since his sophomore year in high school. >> east carolina is looking to bounce back. the hokies just dominated the pirates. as a player you know what's coming next, hitting, a lot of hitting. the coach want happy with the
under the coach's watch. >> look at this, tim tebow his first pitch as a professional baseball player. he goes deep. a home run. he has been ridiculed for not making the nfl, ridiculed for trying baseball. >> a quick check stay close to the tv and the radar because would have i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. i'd look her right in
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